The race was held between 2nd and 5th May 2019 over a total of 885.5km.
The towns which hosted the starts and finishes were:
|Date||Men/Ladies||The Stage of….||From||To||Distance|
|Thursday 2nd May||Men||Heritage||Doncaster||Selby||182.5km|
|Friday 3rd May||Men||World||Barnsley||Bedale||132km|
|Friday 3rd May||Ladies||World||Barnsley||Bedale||132km|
|Saturday 4th May||Men||Yorkshire Coast||Bridlington||Scarborough||132km|
|Saturday 4th May||Ladies||Yorkshire Coast||Bridlington||Scarborough||132km|
|Sunday 5th May||Men||Yorkshire Classic||Halifax||Leeds||175km|
1.96 million spectators watched the four days of the race. Many of these spectators attended more than one day of the race.
80 percent of spectators were Yorkshire residents; 20% from elsewhere in the UK and abroad.
Total spending by all spectators amounted to £59,449,176. See the breakdown below:
Overall spend is down 39 percent on 2018.
Non-accommodation spend (food and drink, transport etc) is down 26 percent on 2018 and up 17 percent on 2017.
Accommodation spend is down 58 percent on 2018.
Impact of other attendees
The spending of the athletes, journalists and officials who were directly involved in the race is £402,853.
The total impact that the 2019 Tour de Yorkshire event generated is £59,852,029.
The survey was conducted by independent research agency GRASP, involving over 3,466 respondents using two methods; in person at each stage of the race and online. Report by Leeds Beckett University.